Ultimate old school dim sum experience. Find your own seats and fight for the freshest dim sum when the trolley first pushed out. Lin Yung Bao (loutus seed bun) is as authentic as it gets.
You need to go to the push carts before it reaches you. If not the good foods might run out!
Best old school dim sum.Famous duck leg soup rice is gone quick,usually around 11am, so ask for it asa you sit down. Lk4 cards with lots of stamps to see whos' almost done and wait 4their seats.
Authentic taste of dim sum! Full of elderly that makes me feel like I'm watching HK dramas 😂 love the 蛋散 and the environment 😍 bird cages brings extra retro feelings!
Amazing Chinese dishes with no service charge all day! Must try
best bao I have ever had - chicken, pork, egg, sausage all contained inside a fluffy cloud of dough
Nice local restaurant in HK.Mainly populated by locals.Dim Sum (dumplings) is the speciality. If you come with a local or sit at a table with locals who speak English and could help you is better.
Dim sum is the best
If you're looking for a traditional tea house this is the spot.
This is not a place you should be shy at! Locals say the 猪润烧卖 (pig liver siew mai) and 烧腩卷 (roasted meat and yam in bun) here are rarely found at other places now. 马来糕 (steamed cake) is nice!
Love the retro style good food for local sense
Good feeling of old times of the city.
A tradition HK old style tea house which has been famous for decades. The food they sell is ok, I suppose people come for the nostalgia feel instead of the food.
Old school yum cha but the dimsums not particularly good.
Old-Styled Dim Sum place
Dim Sum finish very fast! Please grab as much as you needed before she leaves..
Steamed bun - Tai Pao
Steamed DimSum - Siew Mai
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun
The crowd - You'll end up sharing table with others if you come in pairs..well, that's the HK style..
Take the stairs up to the busy dim sum hall
Long wait any time of the day. Have to get a seat yourself. Great authentic dimsum.
Dim sum like it's been done for centuries
So crowded, hectic vibe, bad service, food is ordinary. Maybe this famous old-fashioned style of yum cha is not my thing, I did not enjoy.
Gotta be proactive to get your table and food!
Absolute pandemonium here. You have to be aggressive or you'll never get what you want to eat.
Sheung Wan MTR Exit E2 Tel: +852 25444556 (Queue up very early) Opening Hours: 6am – 11pm
An old-school family style restaurant that serves traditional dim sum complete with an old lady pushing a cart around densely packed tables.
Super local traditional food in Hong Kong. HIGHLY recommended for the real HK experience
An old-fashioned dimsum place. Just remember that the food does not come to you. You must go after it.
If u wanna have fresh food just out of the kitchen, then go fighting, and take care. A special experience, visit this old-fashioned dim sum restaurant!
Open at 6am. Come early around 8am for a seat, take ur time and enjoy the dimsum and tea. Nobody will rush u off here. won't be able to find a seat easily if u come late.
Dim sum is great but get there early brcause by the end it's just sweet stuff
its totally LOUD and hard to find available seat. Anyway, it's old style dim-sum and surprised us specially!
One of the few remaining Traditional (in trolley) style dim sum places left
Come here for the great food and nice local atmosphere.
To each his own in this dimsum jungle, but definitely worth the "fight". Pork buns and those dumplings with liver were delicious!
Pigeon is strongly reccommended! True authentic chinese cuisine, prices are more than reasonable.
You need to be issued a order card before you can start ordering. Find a seat and beakon to the waiter to serve tea and issue the order card. They will naturely come to you once you are seated !
Traditional Tim Sum but not very nice food.
Crowded (one table seated with 3 different groups of ppl)。NOISY and the best part is one have to chase the dimsum push cart to get the dimsum u want, if not, semua kena sapu habis dgn sekelip mata.
Nice food with reasonable price. Come here if you want to try an original Cantonese dim sum tea house. It's been in Hong Kong since 1926!!
Searing florescent lights. No buns in the evening.
Hakaw is a must try!
One of my favourite Chinese restaurants. Yummy food, cozy environment — beautiful oriental calligraphy hang on the wall, and with funny, charisma grey hair waiters :-)
Bad service. Never come back!!!
Nice food 正！
One of the oldest tea houses in Hong Kong and each day they still serve an endless flow of diners. We enjoyed the tea poured old style and did battle for the freshest of the dim sum off the trolley.
Each person has a a specific job here. Sometimes the dim sum masters come out for a breather. DON'T ask them to pour you more water. It's demeaning and they will give you shiieet.